NetworkWorldFusion: Storage Options for Linux
Mar 01, 2005, 10:00 (2 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Mike Karp)
"An increasing number of storage players are showing up at
Linux-related trade shows, which certainly makes sense as Linux
transitions from being an operating system for wonks, hackers (in
the old, good sense), scientists and aficionados, and becomes an
operating environment for mainstream commercial computing.
"Storage management vendors were scattered all about the show
floor. Many of our old friends from the commercial world were
there, including Computer Associates' BrightStor and Veritas; in
addition, we saw many smaller players such as Arkeia, Avamar,
BakBone, Ibrix, Steeleye and Yosemite Technologies..."